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Scottish Independence: Should Scotland be an Independent Country?
Scotland should be an independent country.
An independent Scotland can get rid of
the UK's Trident
from it's shores.
Scotland is capable of managing it's own affairs.
When "UK" finally left the EU, Scotland could potentially just overtake formers UK part in the EU for international trades in&out of the EU, company branches and imports. Scottland could basically fill the gap left from Brexit
Scotland could be part of the EU if they get the independence
Scotland voted to stay in the European Union (
over all and every council region) but is being pulled out by the more numerous English voters. This is undemocratic.
Scotland is a country. The natural state for a country is independence.
The current political arrangement with the UK is unfair and undemocratic for Scotland.
Scotland is economically in a bad spot and would only exacerbate its problems without the UK.
of Scottish citizens continue to oppose this step.
A Scotland outside the UK would still not be independent as it might become a member of the EU.
The bureaucracy and uncertainty surrounding Brexit shows just how fraught with problems exiting a union one is intrinsically linked to is.
An independent Scotland would probably also be outside the European Union.
Scotland and Britain have a long, shared history.
Scotland leaving the UK would undermine the UK as a whole.
As part of Britain, Scotland has representation in the G8 and the UN Security Council.
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